what i prefer is %temp% ” without quotes.. at Start -> Run..
this opens ur temp folder n den u cal erase it neatly// still try dis one too..
First go into gpedit.msc
Next select -> Computer Configuration/
Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Terminal Services/Temporary Folder
Then right click “Do Not Delete Temp Folder Upon Exit”
Go to properties and hit disable. Now next time Windows puts a temp file in that folder it will automatically delete it when its done! Note from Forum Admin: Remember, GPEDIT (Group Policy Editor) is only available in XP Pro.